New Nissan Leaf has one-pedal driving mode for both accelerating and braking
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New Nissan Leaf has one-pedal driving mode for both accelerating and braking

Updated electric car has longer range, more power and sleeker design, while undercutting rivals from…

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President Trump Responds To Pope Francis’ Wish For Him To Be An ‘Olive Tree For Peace’
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President Trump Responds To Pope Francis’ Wish For Him To Be An ‘Olive Tree For Peace’

President Donald Trump visits the Vatican to meet with Pope Francis and is urged to…

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Google’s Waymo invites members of public to trial self-driving vehicles
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Google’s Waymo invites members of public to trial self-driving vehicles

Spin-off company opens up cars to hundreds of Phoenix residents, following aggressive pitching from state…

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17 Times Chrissy Teigen Was Wildly Relatable On Twitter
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17 Times Chrissy Teigen Was Wildly Relatable On Twitter

Don’t let that Oscars blunder overshadow Moonlight’s monumental achievement
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Don’t let that Oscars blunder overshadow Moonlight’s monumental achievement

Barry Jenkins’s movie is a brave and brilliant work of art that also happens to…

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Take Courage: Anne Brontë and the Art of Life by Samantha Ellis – inside the cult
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Take Courage: Anne Brontë and the Art of Life by Samantha Ellis – inside the cult

Ellis is a fervent champion of the overlooked Brontë sister, but proves an unreliable guide…

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Foreign nationals named among victims of Istanbul attack
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Foreign nationals named among victims of Istanbul attack

Seven Saudis, four Iraqis, two Indians, two Tunisians and one each from France, Syria, Israel…

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Fighting back against the system is hard, but it’s possible. Ask these people
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Fighting back against the system is hard, but it’s possible. Ask these people

Over the past year this series has featured many people severely affected by cuts to…

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Somali pirates to prison riots: the series on real-life kidnaps holding audiences Captive
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Somali pirates to prison riots: the series on real-life kidnaps holding audiences Captive

By getting unprecedented access to people on all sides of notorious kidnaps – from US…

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The best places to study for a degree in Europe
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The best places to study for a degree in Europe

Studying at a European university is a chance to learn a new language, make friends…

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10 Times Pablo Was The Heart And Soul Of Ash Vs Evil Dead
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‘When I fled to the UK, no one believed I was 13. 10 years on, nothing’s changed’
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‘When I fled to the UK, no one believed I was 13. 10 years on, nothing’s changed’

Gulwali Passarlay had to persuade officials that he was only a child when he arrived…

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The 20 best Olympic moments in Rio – so far
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The 20 best Olympic moments in Rio – so far

Poolgate, Michael Phelps’ purple circles, Simon Biles defying gravity – some of the best moments…

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Ten inconsistencies in Donald Trump’s big foreign policy address
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Ten inconsistencies in Donald Trump’s big foreign policy address

How closely the Republican frontrunner’s first big foreign policy speech stands up to detailed scrutiny…

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Xiaomi, Vivo and Oppo: the challengers leading China’s charge against Apple
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Xiaomi, Vivo and Oppo: the challengers leading China’s charge against Apple

The US giant’s flat results are in part due to low-cost rivals thriving in the…

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How much are you worth to Facebook?
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How much are you worth to Facebook?

If you live in the UK you’re only worth one-third of a North American to…

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Record hot 2015 gave us a glimpse at the future of global warming
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Record hot 2015 gave us a glimpse at the future of global warming

An exceptionally hot year, 2015 shattered records, but will just be the norm in 15…

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99 Interesting Facts That Are Absolutely Mind-Blowing
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99 Interesting Facts That Are Absolutely Mind-Blowing

[symple_box color=”gray” text_align=”left” width=”100%” float=”none”] 1. In 1939, Hitler’s nephew wrote an article called “Why…

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How can I rescue my data from a dead PC?
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How can I rescue my data from a dead PC?

Linda’s old Windows XP system died, and she’d like to retrieve the data from the…

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Giving birth: everything you need to know before labour day
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Giving birth: everything you need to know before labour day

Zoe Williams navigates the options, from home or hospital to forceps or ventouse – and…

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